Costs of Health Damage from Atmospheric Emissions of Toxic Metals: Part 2-Analysis for Mercury and Lead.

@article{Nedellec2016CostsOH,
  title={Costs of Health Damage from Atmospheric Emissions of Toxic Metals: Part 2-Analysis for Mercury and Lead.},
  author={Vincent Nedellec and Ari Rabl},
  journal={Risk analysis : an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis},
  year={2016},
  volume={36 11},
  pages={
          2096-2104
        }
}
In this part of the series we explain the detailed literature review and the calculations of impacts and damage costs of mercury and lead. Methodology and general assumptions are explained in the companion article, Part 1 of this series, and the spreadsheet with the calculations is available as a supplementary file of Part 1.3 For mercury, the damage cost is 22,937 €2013 /kg if there is a no-effect threshold, 52,129 €2013 /kg if there is none; 91% is due to mortality from heart disease, the… CONTINUE READING